In between designing 17,000 collections a year, spewing out enough quotes to fill at least one publishable book, directing multiple short films, and daydreaming about marrying his pet cat, Kaiser of the universe Karl Lagerfeld somehow still finds the time to do a little doodling.
His latest sketchy endeavors? Several drawings for German footy fashion magazine, Sepp. According to WWD, the issue is timed to coincide with the FIFA Confederations Cup happening now in Brazil. Lagerfeld's contributions include a lose, full-colored interpretation of Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen donning her home team's jersey (accessorized with a soccer ball, natch), as well as illustrations of a traditionally dressed woman and an inexplicable naked man fornicating with a soccer ball. Or perhaps he's simply preserving his "modesty"... We'll let you decide.
This isn't the first time Lagerfeld's gotten in on the soccer game for Sepp: Back in 2010, the do-it-all designer portrayed himself on the pitch in a jersey sponsored by Fendi, Chanel, Coca Cola, and, well, Karl Lagerfeld. Nothing like a little self promotion!
Click through to see Karl Lagerfeld's sporty 'strations.